Sit down in the subway train carriage, which is considered the oldest in Europe.
Budapest Metro is the oldest underground in Europe (excluding the Turkish Tünel). Its yellow line M1, going from Vorosmarty ter to Mexikói út, was opened in 1896 and still works.
At this station wagons are significantly different from the others on three additional lines. They look like trams and make a bunch of three cars, painted in yellow colour.
Metro works from 4:45 am to 11:45 pm.
More things to do in Budapest
In addition to meat dishes, Hungary is famous for its delicious dessert kürtőskalács - bun with sugar and cinnamon. 35013
Climb on the Gellert Hill
Climb on the top of the 200-meter high mountain, where you will find the Statue of Liberty and can see the Budapest to the smallest detail.FREE13
Ride on the old funicular
The old funicular of the 19th century leads to the Buda Castle Hill where you can explore the city from atop and make beautiful panoramic shots. 100011Castle Hill
Go to the Fogashaz ruin-pub
In this pub, art is combined with the holiday post-apocalyptic spirit.
This is an art space created in the old, abandoned building of the Jewish quarter.5Ruin-pub Fogashaz
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